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  • 181New Zealand — • Consists of three main islands (North Island, South Island, sometimes also called Middle island, and Stewart island) and several groups of smaller islands . . . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. New Zealand     New Zealand …

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  • 182rancorously — adverb In a rancorous manner …

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  • 183venomous-tongued — adjective spiteful, malignant, rancorous …

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  • 184pitched battle — noun a) A hostile engagement involving sustained, full scale fighting between opposing forces in close combat. Have I not in a pitched battle heard b) …

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  • 185acrimonious — adjective /æk.ɹɪ.ˈmoʊ.ni.əs/ Of or pertaining to acrimony, words, arguments, quarrels: bitter; mean spirited; sharp in language or tone. That would be a way more acrimonious custody battle than the one my parents had over me. Syn …

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  • 186Charles Kenneth Scott Moncrieff — C.K. Scott Moncrieff painted by Edward Stanley Mercer (1889–1932) Born 25 September 1889(1889 09 25) Stirlingshire, United …

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  • 187List of A Series of Unfortunate Events locations — This is a list of fictional locations that appear in the children s book series A Series of Unfortunate Events, by Lemony Snicket. Contents 1 Geographic locations 1.1 Hinterlands 1.2 Mortmain Mountains …

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  • 188Critical Quarterly — is a peer reviewed academic journal in the humanities published by Wiley Blackwell. The editor in chief is Colin MacCabe. Contents 1 History 1.1 Early Years 1.2 The Black Papers …

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  • 189Critique of Cynical Reason — is a book by the German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk, published in 1983 in two volumes under the German title Kritik der zynischen Vernunft. It discusses philosophical Cynicism and popular cynicism as a societal phenomenon in European history. In …

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  • 190George H. Steuart (politician) — For information about other persons with the name George H. Steuart, see George H. Steuart. George Hume Steuart Mayor of Annapolis In office 1759–1763 Preceded by John Brice, Jr. Succeeded by Daniel Dulany …

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  • 191Megaleas of Macedon — Megaleas was the royal secretary (basilikos grammateus) to Antigonus III of Macedon, who appointed him, by his will, to the same office under Philip V, his ward and successor (220 BC). Megaleas was entirely under the influence of the advisor… …

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  • 192Michael MacNamara — For other people named Michael McNamara, see Michael McNamara (disambiguation). Michael MacNamara was a politician in Colonial Maryland, who served 3 terms as Mayor of Annapolis. Contents 1 Politics 2 Coming of Revolution 3 See also 4 …

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  • 193New Order (Neo-Nazi group) — For other uses, see New Order (disambiguation). This series is linked to the Politics and Elections series Part of the Politics series on …

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  • 194New Wave science fiction — New Wave is a term applied to science fiction produced in the 1960s and 1970s and characterized by a high degree of experimentation, both in form and in content, a literary or artistic sensibility, and a focus on soft as opposed to hard science.… …

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  • 195hostile — hos·tile adj 1: having an intimidating, antagonistic, or offensive nature a hostile work environment 2 a: of or relating to an opposing party in a legal action a hostile claim b: adverse to the interests of a party to a legal action if the… …

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  • 196negative — I adjective acrimonious, antagonistic, antipathetic, antipathetical, argumentative, at odds with, attacking, averse, belligerent, bickering, cantankerous, clashing, conflicting, confutative, contentious, contesting, contradictory, contrary,… …

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  • 197acrimonious — I adjective acerb, acerbic, acrid, astringent, biting, bitter, blistering, captious, caustic, censorious, choleric, corrosive, cross tempered, cruel, cutting, cynical, embittered, envenomed, gruff, harsh, hostile, huffy, ill natured, inimical,… …

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  • 198bitter — I (acrid tasting) adjective absinthal, absinthian, acerbate, acerbic, acerbus, acid, acidulous, acidus, acrid, asper, biting, caustic, cutting, disagreeable, distasteful, pungent, sharp, sour, soured, sourish, tart, unappetizing, unpalatable,… …

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  • 199caustic — I adjective abrasive, abrupt, acerbus, acrid, acrimonious, acute, astringent, austere, biting, brash, burning, corroding, corrosive, cruel, curt, cutting, derisive, derisory, envenomed, erosive, excorciating, excruciating, harsh, hurtful,… …

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  • 200harsh — I adjective acerb, acerbic, acid, acrid, acrimonious, ascetic, astringent, austere, biting, bitter, brusque, brutal, burning, caustic, corrosive, crude, cruel, despiteful, discordant, disrespectful, draconian, drastic, excessive, extreme, feral,… …

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